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The '''Master Plan''' details [[Bane]]'s daring endeavor of capturing [[Doctor Pavel]] and crashing the [[Plane|Wreckage Brother]] in a very elaborate and complicated manner.
 
The '''Master Plan''' details [[Bane]]'s daring endeavor of capturing [[Doctor Pavel]] and crashing the [[Plane|Wreckage Brother]] in a very elaborate and complicated manner.
   
 
The Master Plan is in direct opposition to the [[Flight Plan]]. The eternal struggle between the two rival stratagems is examined by [[Bravo Nolan]] in the [[Plane Scene]].
 
The Master Plan is in direct opposition to the [[Flight Plan]]. The eternal struggle between the two rival stratagems is examined by [[Bravo Nolan]] in the [[Plane Scene]].
   
The post-credit scenes make several references to a plan. For example, Bane claims "our plan is proceeding as expected" while confronting businessman John Daggett. Whether this is a reference to the Master Plan, a new plan or even the Flight Plan is unknown; however, it grants an insight into Bane's obsession with planning.
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The [[Post-Credit_Scenes|post-credit scenes]] make several references to a plan. For example, Bane claims "our plan is proceeding as expected" while confronting businessman [[John Daggett]]. Whether this is a reference to the Master Plan, a new plan or even the Flight Plan is unknown; however, it grants an insight into Bane's obsession with planning.
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It is known that getting caught was part of what [[CIA]] refers to as "[Bane's] plan", but it is unknown whether this refers to the Master Plan itself.

Latest revision as of 12:55, September 7, 2016

Plans yin yang

The Master Plan details Bane's daring endeavor of capturing Doctor Pavel and crashing the Wreckage Brother in a very elaborate and complicated manner.

The Master Plan is in direct opposition to the Flight Plan. The eternal struggle between the two rival stratagems is examined by Bravo Nolan in the Plane Scene.

The post-credit scenes make several references to a plan. For example, Bane claims "our plan is proceeding as expected" while confronting businessman John Daggett. Whether this is a reference to the Master Plan, a new plan or even the Flight Plan is unknown; however, it grants an insight into Bane's obsession with planning.

It is known that getting caught was part of what CIA refers to as "[Bane's] plan", but it is unknown whether this refers to the Master Plan itself.

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